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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 30, 1973 THI LETHM1DOI HfeKALD 7 Talk show sequence completed Today., Tonight, Tomorrow NEW YORK (AP) "Hie NBC Television network, which introduced the Today show in 1962 and Tonight in 1954, plans to complete the sequence this kl with Tomorrow, a late- hour interview show. The host of the one-hour pro- gram will be Tom Snyder. He has been the 6 p.m. news an- MIREK FIALA PAINTINGS Bowman Arts Centre GALLERY 811 5th S., Uthbridge June 2nd through 16th Opening Sot., June 2 p.m. chorman since 1970 at KNBC- TV, a Los Angeles-area station owned by NBC. Tomorrow is aimed aft earlier risers or night owls, depending on one's point of view. It will start at 1 a.m. Tuesday through Friday, right after the Monday- it h r o u g h-Thursday Tonight shows. Tomorrow is described by NBC as a "sophisticated talk show" that will tackle con- troversial, adult subjects. Sny- der will discuss these subjects with one or more experts and various personalities. Some of the shows will cover the lighter side of life, says NBC. Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE "THE DIPLOMATS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY GIANT Prices Effective May 31, June reserve the right to limit quantities. Does it really Pay? To buy beef in sides or quarters. The following is a breakdown of the difference in cost between purchasing a side of beef or purchasing the same cuts at a Supermarket, Example 1 side 303 Ibs. Counter Price 335.40 Average Cost B4Q Side of Beef Average Cost 1 1P Pound 89c Ib........269.67 H Difference 67.58 Per YOU CAN BUDGET A BEEF AT RANCHLAND TAKE 6 MONTHS TO PAY AND STIU SAVE AFTER CARRY. ING CHARGES. NOTE Bated on a side of Canada Al or 2 beef with 20.8% trim waste and using basic cuts, your counter costs will be even higher if you purchase such cutt as porterhouse, minute (teaks, boneless top round, braising ribs, ground round ,etc. FREEZER BEEF CUT AND WRAPPED TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS SIDES Canada Al-2 225-300 Ibs. Ib. CHUCKS 79" Canada Al-2 60 80 Ibs. Ib. FRONTS Canada Al-2 125-150 Ibs. Ib. HINDS Canada Al-2 110-150 Ibs. Ib. 1 .09 HIPS Canada Al-2 60-80 Ibs. Ib. BEEF PATTIES 10 Ib. lots 8 ,90 STEAK PAC 10 Ib. T-Bone and Club Steak 5 Ib. Rib Steak 10 Ib. Chuck Steak 5 Ib. Sirloin Steak 8 Ib. Ground Round Steak 38 Ibs. for 53-95 PAC C 20 Ib. Rib and Rump Rocsts 10 Ib. Round Steak 10 Ib. Beef Loin Steaks 10 Ib. Chops 10 Ib. Spare Ribs 15 Ib. Ground Beef 10 Ib. Beef Pot Roasts 85 Ibs. for 105-60 ECONOMY PAC 10 Ibs. Ground Beef 10 Ibs. Beef Sausage 10 Ibs. Short Ribs 10 Ibs. Pork Chops 10 Ibs. Chuck Steak 10 Ibs. Boston Butt Roast 5 Ibs. Piece Bologna 3 Frying Chickens (Ut'Kty Grade) 10 Ibs. Beef Pot Roasts Appiox. 86 Ibs. for 79 .95 77 Sale Chuck or Round Bone Roasts Ib. Cross Rib 1 1 T Roasts ____ Ib. Ground Beef 2 Ibs...... Side Bacon By the piece 1.77 ,b 77c Hams. Ready to serve. Bone in whole Wt or Ib. Spare Ribs. Choice you re Ribs. Choice ng pork. Ib. C Pork Roasts. 77r Boston Butt Ib. V PORK LOINS 12-15 Ib. avg. Cut and wrapped Ib. 1.19 Westminster Plaza, 13th St. and 5th Ave. N. Phone 328-0637 PREMIER BOURASSA Quebec premier Robert Bour- assa says his government be- lieves the 1976 Summer Olym- pic Games in Montreal could produce "a small, deficit." he added, "the facil- ities that will be there after the games will more than com- pensate for any deficit." Speaking on the English-lan- guage radio station CJAD, the premier said the economic ad- vnntages already are apparent. "You should see the number of conventions booked because of fie Olympics, both before and after." The pr-'icial government has promised to pick up a tab of up to million if a deficit is incurred. Presidential speech writer Raymond K. Price says the Watergate scandale could nev- er drive President Nixon to the point of quitting. "It's just not in his said Price, a former New York Herald Tribune editorial writer, who has been putting Nixon's thoughts down on paper for six years. "The worst has passed in terms of getting him down, the aide said of Nixon in an interview in the Maine Tele- gram. Walter Watts of Edmonton has left Vancouver and set his course eastward to Halifax. His vehicle was a unkycle, and Mr. Watts, a 24-year-old, five foot seven-inch, 150-pound frieight inspector for the Can- adian National Railway, plan- ned to pedal it for 5.000 miles across Canada to the eastern seaboard. Mr. Watts said he also wants to try and break the record for unicycle long-distance travel of miles, held by Steve Mc- Peak of Las Vegas. Mr. PcPeak made his run in six weeks. Paid editorials ruling reversed WASHINGTON (AP) The United States Supreme Court held Tuesday that broadcasters may not be required to accept some paid advertising on con- troversial public issues. The U.S. Circuit Court here had held that if a broadcaster accepts at least some kind of paid advertisements he cannot flatly refuse to accep paid an- nouncemens on public issues. Tuesday's decision by a split court reversed that holding. The case was brought to the Supreme Court by the Federal Communications Commission the Columbia Broad- casting System, American Broadcasting Co. and operators of WTOP radio and television stations here. Writing for the majority, Payola scandal model faces court charges LONDON (AP) Model Janie Jones, arrested a week ago in a BBC payola scandal, was charged today with solic- iting a man to murder her for- mer husband, American pop singer and composer John Christian-Dee. Miss Jones was ordered de- tained on 12 other charges of procuring prostitutes for BBC officials and threatening a po- tential prosecution witness. The payola scandal involves charges that call girls were pro- cured for disc jockeys and BBC producers of pop programs to feature recordings that were lagging in sales. Christian-Dee faces two counts of intimidating a poten- tial witness. He and Miss Jones were detained May 17 along with torch singer Dorothy Squires and others in con- nection with the scandal. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT "Man of Lamandia" Two Complete Shows Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Steelyard Blues" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Slipstream" 7.35, Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Buck and the Preacher" "Noon Sunday" One Complete Show Adult DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7344 Lethbridge Chief Justice Warren E. Burger said that under the right-of-ac- cess system envisaged by the Circuit Court, "the commission would be required to oversee far more of the day-to-day oper- ations of broadcasters' conduct, deciding such questions as whether a particular individual or group has had sufficient op- portunity to present its view- point and whether a particular viewpoint has been sufficiently aired." "Regimenting broadcasters is too radical a therapy for the ailment that brought the issue into federal courts, Bur- ger wrote. The dispute arose in 1970 with a request by the Democratic national committee for an FCC order compelling broadcasters to sell time to "responsible en- tities" for comment on public issues. In a case that was heard at the same time, a group called Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace challenged WTOP radios refusal to pro- vide for one-minute anti-war an- nouncements. The FCC sided with the broadcasters. The Supreme Court held that neither the Communications Act under which broadcasters are regulated, nor the constitution require broadcasters to sell time for paid editorial an- nouncements. RECORD SET NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) April was a record-setting month for the number and value of building permits issued in this southern Ontario city. The city's building department ap- proved 292 permits worth S3.4 million in construction, com- pared to the previous record set in June 1971, when 277 permits were issued for million worth of construction. Jail system campaign planned CALGARY (CP) The John Howard Society plans to launch a public education cam- paign to show the record of the penitentiary system is not as black as it seems. John Waldie, president of the society, told a meeting of pro- vincial directors that prison breaks and parole and day-pass violations receive more than' their share of attention. The system is an overwhelm- ing success if the number of prisoners who satisfactorily complete parole is compared with the number who violate it, he said. The campaign is to persuade the public that the solution to the problems of the penal sys- tem is neither more prisons nor new investigations but the greater use of community mea- sures like parole and proba- tion. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Liza silent about rumors of marriage NEW YORK (AP) Enter- tainer Liza MSnelli returned from England, refusing to dis- cuss rumors that she may marry British actor Peter Sell- ers. "That's bloody she said to a swarm of reporters who asked the question when she arrived at Kennedy Airport. She added, however, that Sell- ers is a "lovely, lovely man." She also said she has no in- tention of seeing her former beau, Desi Aroaz Jr. Stabbing victim in poor shape EDMONTON (CP) Wil- liam John Sunshine, 45, of the Sturgeon Lake Indian Reserve, was reported in critical condi- tion today after being moved to hospital here from Grande Prairie. Mr. Sunshine was stabbed in the abdomen last week. PoKce said a suspect K being ques- tioned and charges are pend- ing. CARDSTON Mavfair Theatre "THE OTHER" In color. The shocking best-seller be- comes the shocking movie. Wednesday, May 30. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MADRON" In color. Starring Richard Boone and Leslie Caron. Wednesday, May 30. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "HELL'S ANGELS ON WHEELS'' In color. Starring Adam Roarke, Jack Nicholson and Sabrina Scharf. Wed- nesday, May 30. Show at p.m. TABER Tower Theatre "WHERE DOES IT In color. Starring Peter Sellers and Joannle Pflug. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 30, 31, June 1 and 2. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. college cinema KM) An. ft Mfyor Mtfith Dr, 3Z84MO HM Adult Not Suitable For Chi'dren TONITE AND THURS. P.M. mmed entirely in ifte green acres drive-in Mayor Mawvth Dr. Coutts Hwy., 327 1100 "BUCK AND THE PREACHER" COLOR SIDNEY POITIER LAST TIMES TONITE NOON SUNDAY IN COLOR WITH JANICE NEWMAN THURSDAY FRI. AND SAL ACADEMY AWARD WINNER BEST ART DIRECTION BEST COSTUME DESIGN ADULT FUWMUSCIWfNER PSODUCTIOfi Nicholas and Alexandra GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. NOW SHOWING paramount DELUXE SHOWS AT P.M. Ant. South, 227-5100 Peter Sophia .James OToole. Loren Coco dreamThe Impossible Dream' in an Arthur Miller film Man of laMancha FAMILY PETER OTOOLE SOPHIA "MAN OFLA MANCHA" J'VECOCO HHWANMMS JOHN CASTLE ARTHUR HILE1! toirammrtiininMITCri..EIGH REGULAR ADMISSION PRICES MATINEE SATURDAY P.M. ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN "That 'Hamilton harlot'? Well, perhaps I am. But I'm the woman he Admiral Nelson and his Ladv Hamilton... and the love tliat defied the world.' STARTING TOMORROW paramount cinema 2 SHOWS 2 P.M. ENDS TONITE "Steelyard Blues" In Technicolor JANE FONDA DONALD SUTHERLAND AH Production Glendn JackSOIl pcterFinch "The Nelson Affair" ro tttntnt Anihom Margaret Dominic Guard NeH Stock Michael Jayston M "Captain ft Ml An. Soutt. 32741M ;